Posts tagged George Mihalik
Last week, Slippery Rock edged Edinboro, 38-31, in overtime. Here’s a video interview with Rock head coach George Mihalik after the game. The Scots (3-4, 2-3) play PSAC West rival Mercyhurst (6-2, 4-1) Saturday at noon while Slippery Rock (4-4, 3-2) plays at No. 13-ranked California (Pa.) (7-1, 5-0).
It’s as plain as day. To remind its players the importance of beating Slippery Rock, Edinboro has been placing a sizable rock painted green on display in its football office for years. Slippery Rock’s school colors are green and white. The Scots face this PSAC West rival Saturday at 2 p.m. at Mihalik-Thompson Stadium in… View Article
This is the deal. The winner of Saturday’s PSAC title game between Slippery Rock (8-2) and Kutztown (9-1) will likely make the NCAA Division II playoffs. The loser? Uh oh. In the past three years since the PSAC reinstated the championship game, the winner and loser has made it to the playoffs, but the odds… View Article
George Mihalik was more than just upset today – and his team won. The longtime Slippery Rock coach had words with the referees after Slippery Rock erased a 17-point deficit to win 24-23 at Edinboro. Mihalik’s biggest gripe was about how Edinboro scored its second touchdown to take a 13-3 halftime lead. To keep himself… View Article
Wearing dark shades and a big smile, Slippery Rock senior linebacker Jake Wickline couldn’t have been happier this afternoon. Wickline returned to the place he once played and left with a 24-23 win at Edinboro’s Sox Harrison Stadium. “A great win,” Wickline said. “To come up here on their homecoming, come down to the wire… View Article
They’re still on opposite ends. Sophomore Kellen O’Neill was once at Slippery Rock, but transferred to Edinboro. Senior Jake Wickline was once at Edinboro, but transferred to Slippery Rock. According to Rock coach George Mihalik, it will not have any bearing of what takes place between these PSAC West rival schools Saturday at Sox Harrison… View Article